At 39, Every Time I See A Name Change In My Documents, It Feels Like A Rebirth: Saisha Shinde
I’m enjoying this year’s pride month celebrations more than I did earlier, because I am being my true self now. It’s liberating!
CBSE Class XII Assessment Scheme To Ensure Fairness
University admissions are driven by marks-based merit list
Shot Out For 217, India Toil Hard For Late Strike
Kiwi Batsmen Consolidate After Jamieson Five-For
IAF Set To Deploy Rafales On Eastern Front With China
The IAF is ‘absolutely on target’ on the Rafale induction plan, Air Chief Marshal R K S Bhadauria said on Saturday
Why Maintaining Order Will Not Be A Walk In The Park
RWAs Say They Can Only Give Advice On Following Covid Norms
India abstains from voting on UN's Myanmar resolution
‘It Doesn’t Reflect Delhi’s Views, Won’t Help In Boosting Democracy’
Resilient Virat leads the show on truncated day
India’s top batsmen were satisfyingly resilient and adaptive in Southampton on Saturday. Wearing black armbands in honor of Milkha Singh, they weathered a relentless storm of the ever-improving seam and swing bowling from the Kiwi pacers on a day of thrust and parry in the English gloom.
Stick To 5-Fold Covid Norms As Curbs Are Relaxed, States Told
‘Guard Against Complacency, Keep Watch On Early Signs Of Surge’
Monsoon To Take A Few More Days To Reach Capital
New Delhi: The southwest monsoon has progressed into some other parts of Rajasthan and west Uttar Pradesh, but the further advance of monsoon into Delhi is likely to be slow, stated India Meteorological Department (IMD).
Why Crowded Markets Not Good Sign For All
While Traders Happy On 1st Weekend After Unlocking, Authorities Worry About Enforcing Covid Protocols
Will the starry middle order pull its weight?
India Wait On Famed Trio To Deliver; Day 1 Washed Out
Delhi Readies To Tackle 45k Cases A Day
WORST-CASE SCENARIO: Kejriwal Discusses Ramping Up Of Infra With LG, Senior Officials
Iran likely to hand presidency to judge under US sanctions
Dubai: Millions of Iranians voted on Friday in a contest set to hand the presidency to a hardline judge who is subject to US sanctions, though anger over economic hardship and curbs on freedoms mean many will heed calls for a boycott.
Paytm To Raise ₹12k Cr Via New Shares In IPO
Founder Sharma To Lose Promoter Status
Why WhatsApp's Arguments Against GoI's Rules On Message Traceability Are Not Convincing
Let’s recall what exactly GoI is asking for: The Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021 came into force on May 26.
Watershed Moment For Test Cricket
India, New Zealand Battle For World Test C’ship Crown But Rain May Play Spoilsport
US Govt To Invest $3.2bn To Develop Pills To Treat Covid
Oral Antivirals Will Be Easier To Produce, Transport, Store & Administer
Retro Tax: PC Takes Dig At BJP For Not Naming Pranab
New Delhi: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram took a dig at BJP for not identifying former President Pranab Mukherjee as the finance minister, who retrospectively amended the tax law, following an adverse ruling by the Supreme Court.
Ronaldo And A Bottle: Celebrities Can Be Accused Of Hypocrisy But Big Brands Can No Longer Ignore The Health Test
The controversy over Cristiano Ronaldo’s removal of the Coke bottle at a press conference and replacing it with water can at one level, be seen as yet another storm in a social media teacup that will last one news cycle.
Third-Wave Unlikely To Hit Kids Disproportionately: Sero Study
‘Seropositivity In Kids Close To That Of Adults’
Class Of Champions
In Enemy Territory, France Showed The Mettle Of World Cup Holders
Cases Among Pregnant Women, New Moms Doubled In 2nd Wave: Study
New Delhi: Symptomatic cases of Covid-19 were significantly higher at 28.7% among pregnant and post-partum women during the second wave, compared with the first wave when the proportion was 14.2%, a comparative analysis of data during the two waves by ICMR showed. The case fatality rate among such women was also much higher during the second wave at 5.7%, against 0.7% in the first wave.
After Del, Ggn Twitter Raids, Cops Quizzed Md In B'luru
New Delhi: A week after it carried out a frantic search for senior officials of Twitter in south Delhi and Gurugram on May 24, Delhi Police’s special cell had gone to Bengaluru to question the social media platform’s India head Manish Maheshwari.
Delhi Govt To Train 5k Hands To Assist Healthcare Workers
New Delhi: Delhi government will train and hire 5,000 community nursing assistants in the coming weeks as it readies itself for a possible third wave. “As per the information from the UK, a third wave has emerged there. So, we should also be fully prepared, keeping in mind the developments all over the world,” chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday.
One Wave Less For Delhi To Worry About This Year
Just 1 Heatwave Day, The Lowest Since 2011
How Kiwis match India's bench strength
The Indian team’s victory over Australia at Gabba in January this year was seen as the victory of India’s sterling bench strength. India’s strong cricket structure has become the envy of the world and it has hogged much of the credit for Virat Kohli’s team making the World Test Championship final.
A Roaring Soundtrack Main Sherni By Akasa & Raftaar For Vidya Balan's Sherni
Amazon Prime Videohas released Main Sherni, a powerful music video for Vidya Balan’s upcoming film, Sherni. Sung by Akasa and Raftar, the music video features Vidya along with real-life shernis from different walks of life, who have beaten all odds and overcome many obstacles in their lives. These include Mira Erda (F4 racer and driver coach), Natasha Noel (body positive influencer and yoga trainer), Eshna Kutty (hula-hoop dancer and social media influencer), Trinetra Haldar (one of the first transgender doctors in Karnataka), Jayshree Mane (a frontline warrior at BYL Nair Hospital), Riddhi Arya (student who delivers food to frontline warriors), Anita Devi (security guard), Seema Duggal (teacher) and Archana Jadav (househelp).
50-Day-Old Beats Covid And A Rare Congenital Heart Disease
Kolkata: He was just 27 days old when diagnosed with rare congenital heart disease. Even as doctors prepared to operate, came the next bad news — he was also Covid-positive. But the infant, now 50 days old, has managed to beat both.
488 AEFI Deaths, But These Are Not Necessarily Due To Vaccination: Govt
New Delhi: Asserting that vaccines approved by the government are safe and the only weapon against the Coronavirus, the government on Tuesday said deaths reported post-vaccination standing at 488 were a small percentage of the number of doses given, but this did not mean they were due to vaccination.
Vaccination For 18+ Comes To A Screeching Halt Again
OUT OF DOSES: Half Of The Centres Closed, Rest To Shut Today